Prescott Valley, AZ: The Terminator in Prescott Valley, another sell out for the RMN Events staff, was filled with excitement from the solid competition and with many high profile wrestling and UFC greats participating in the action.
Tito "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" Ortiz enjoyed coaching and being part of the tournament opening ceremonies along with Mark "The Philipino Wreaking Machine" Munoz, both took time to encourage wrestlers to continue in the sport.
Ortiz, the former light heavyweight UFC champion, registered his boys for the second year at Terminator with his oldest son placing and his middle son, Journey landed in a bracket that featured Legend Ellis (Oklahoma) and Wyatt Fry (Arizona), two of the younger division stand outs and featured match of the evening.
The tradition has continued with this year's Terminator turning away over 200 competitors who were hoping to register late. "We wish we could accomadate more wrestlers, but with the limited space and 15-mat surfaces, we have to cut it off." Said Josh Gutierrez, Director of Operations.
You can look forward to seeing Tito Ortiz and his boys at more RMN Events in the future, his boys are young and competitive like their standout wrestler and UFC Hall of Fame dad.